Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford, OX1 1BP

Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger, 'Untitled (Titled)', 2014 Installation view, Detail Modern Art Oxford (Upper Gallery)

I must warn you to be careful not to walk over SUICIDES, or tread on DIVAS, BEAUTIES and BEASTS. And don’t mind the FATUOUS FOOLS and BLOATED EGOS. Review by Aindrea Emelife

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Site Gallery, 1 Brown Street, Sheffield, S1 2BS

E-Vapor-8

E-Vapor-8 Installation View (2014)

Momentarily, Site Gallery becomes curator Francesca Gavin’s own mix-tape, a pieced together compilation of artist’s work that furthers the legacy and embellishes the myth of the rave culture that died out in the 90s. Review by Tim Barnes

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Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA

Marina Abramović: 512 Hours

Marina Abramović

Marina Abramović’s latest performance extravaganza, '512 Hours' at London’s Serpentine Gallery is reviewed by Belinda Seppings.

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Michel François: Contamination (pommes)

Michel François talks about 'Contamination (pommes)' which forms part of the Kadist Art Foundation collection, as well as some recent sculptures and exhibitions, 'Contaminations', 'Pièces à conviction' and the 'scribbles series'. Interview directed by Louis Pierre-Lacouture.

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CFA Berlin Am Kupfergraben 10, 10117 Berlin Mitte, Germany

Raymond Pettibon

Installation view, CFA Berlin

In Pettibon's work punks are suddenly dreamy and gay, women become merciless judges and victims of their own agency and gunmen turn into mothers' boys

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Contemporary Art Gallery, 555 Nelson Street, Vancouver, Canada

Kelly Richardson: Legion

Leviathan

Richardson creates immersive projection environments that question our relationship to the natural world.

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The Fruit Market Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DF

Jim Lambie

Jim Lambie, The Fruitmarket Gallery (2014)

Jim Lambie’s new exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh is gutsy and exuberant with the artist’s iconic striped floor-piece setting the tempo. Review by Laura Campbell

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Sprüth Magers London, 7A Grafton Street, London, W1S 4EJ

Louise Lawler: No Drones

Installation view, Louise Lawler, 'No Drones', Sprüth Magers London (2014)

Lawler emphasizes the aspects of viewing art we continually overlook as she makes pointed observations about the art world system, its complex rules and its institutional practices. Review by Aindrea Emelife

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Studio Voltaire, 1a Nelson’s Row, London, SW4 7JR

Judith Bernstein: Rising

Judith Bernstein 'Rising' 2014. A Studio Voltaire Commission, courtesy of the artist and The Box, Los Angeles. Photo: Andy Keate

On the far wall of Studio Voltaire’s main exhibition space hangs ‘Birth of the Universe’ (2014), a large-scale painting by the American artist Judith Bernstein (b.1942). Blood red labia stretch open to reveal a fluorescent yellow cavity and a bright blue spiral. Two white penises ejaculate into the orifice, and it is out of this colourful admixture that the entire universe is born.

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South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UH

Last Seen Entering the Biltmore

Guy de Cointet, 'Tell Me' (1980)

‘Last Seen Entering the Biltmore' is a show that explores the possibilities and interferences created by piercing through that imaginary wall that separates the stage from the backstage. Review by Francesca Cavallo.

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